The name strozzapreti derives from the fact that this type of pasta, given its shape, is not always easy to eat, and alludes maliciously to the proverbial gluttony of priests. Mentioned several times in Roman literature, for example in the Sonnets of Giuseppe Gioachino Belli, strozzapreti originated as a type of pasta to be cooked on feast days or for bourgeois use.
The company produces pasta using artisanal methods, long drying time in static cells and bronze drawing for all types of pasta shapes. Sophisticated production technologies and continuous research into innovation give life to products of the highest quality. Our pasta factory uses only 100% Italian durum wheat semolina.
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